Fairfield County Moms Blog wants to help you stay healthy and fit this winter. We recently published our 2020 Fitness, Health and Wellness Guide that allows you to start exploring the fantastic fitness, health and wellness providers throughout Fairfield County. Please join us for a fitness event with Upper Deck Fitness (72 Camp Avenue, Stamford) on Sunday, […]
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It’s January. That means that the holiday season is over, and it’s a brand new year. It also means every social media platform will have every type of weight loss ad imaginable. People telling you to start intermittent fasting or keto or to jump at the chance for this bargain deal at the gym to […]
This post is sponsored by Nefaire. Please support our sponsors. Nefaire is a modern skincare brand focused on the full range of skin-influencing factors, from regimen and diet to lifestyle and prescriptions. Founded by people who “get” the skincare struggle, their philosophy around skin is built around the fact that great skincare is about much more […]
This post is sponsored by AFC Urgent Care. Please support our sponsors.Tis the season to say goodbye to summer and hello to cooler weather, pumpkin everything, and the dreaded flu! This colorful season is full of fun things to do with family, but while enjoying pumpkin picking, apple cider, and the fall foliage it is […]
This post is sponsored by Dr. Flora Levin. Please support our sponsors. Collagen is the most abundant protein in our bodies. It is found in many organs including skin, tendons, cartilage, blood vessels, bone, and scar tissue in different forms. As we get into our 30s, our collagen production levels diminish and existing collagen starts […]
This post was sponsored by AFC Urgent Care. Thank you for supporting our sponsors. When the hours of your primary care doctor are inconvenient for your schedule and you don’t want to wait hours at the emergency room for non-life threatening issues, come to AFC Urgent Care and let us provide you with ER skills […]
Traumatic childhood events may have long-term effects on the developing child’s mind and body. Many mental health conditions, such as ADHD, depression and substance abuse disorders, as well as medical issues, including certain cancers, high blood pressure and cholesterol, appear to be influenced by childhood trauma.
David Read Johnson, PhD, Co-Director of the Post Traumatic Stress Center in New Haven, will review the scientific research, describe cases from his clinical experience, and offer guidance on how families can use this information to avoid treatments that do not work or are not needed.
Let’s face it, we certainly know that kids get tired and cranky. And it is acceptable most of the time. But as a mom, aren’t we also allowed to get cranky and tired? So when is it okay for parents to have a nap? I tell my children when they look tired that they should […]